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Serving the Needy in Kyrgyzstan

In March 2022, SSSIO volunteers from Kyrgyzstan served 37 people at a local homeless shelter with hot food, including soy and vegetable pilaf, and distributed biscuits and chocolate. The recipients were grateful to receive the food and were touched by the love and compassion of…

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Hot Meals Service in Kyrgyzstan

On October 9, 2021, SSSIO volunteers in Kyrgyzstan served freshly cooked meals including three types of vegetable pilaf, noodles with vegetables, fruits, vegetables, sweets, and tea to about 40 people living in the city’s shelter. The volunteers were touched by the gratitude expressed by the…

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Medical Camps in Zone 8

SSSIO volunteers from Zone 8 provided medical services and support to devotees as well as the community throughout the year. From April to December 2020, numerous online medical consultations were held, where pediatricians, oncologists, emergency-room physicians, dentists, rehabilitation specialists, and psychologists provided services during the…

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Serving the Needy Across Zone 8

In March 2021, more than 170 volunteers including young adults from Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Belarus, and Kazakhstan lovingly provided food for more than 600 needy people in their local communities. Volunteers cooked a variety of fresh food in their respective regions and provided meals to…

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Food for the Needy in Kyrgyzstan

In the first half of March 2021, six SSSIO volunteers served hot meals consisting of two types of vegetarian pilaf, vegetables with buckwheat, homemade cakes, and sweets to 30 people at a local homeless shelter. Many of the residents of the shelter were sick and…

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Public Seminar in Zone 8

In late December 2020, the European Sathya Sai Education (ESSE) Institute organized an online seminar titled, “Life and Teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba” for the public in Russian speaking countries. There were 50 participants with nearly half being new to His teachings. The participants…

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Love All Serve All Sathya Sai Baba
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